Opinion

Buhari and Nigerian Youth: Mischaracterising Evident Truth, By Ahmed Oluwasanjo

...had Buhari's generation not squandered our oil fortune and failed to move the country towards industrialisation, we would not be having over million out-of-school-children and 16 million unemployed young Nigerians roaming the streets in search of jobs. It appears that President Muhammadu Buhari, who is supposed to be Nigeria's number…
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Bámidélé Upfront

Nigeria: Has Cheating Become Our Way Of Life?, By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú

Nigeria needs a multidimensional strategy on how we set examination questions, what we examine and how we conduct examinations. We need a thorough look at a society that is normalising all that is antithetical to growth, peace and development. A society where cheating is viewed as normal is primed for…
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Opinion

Building Next Generation Skilled Workers for the Nigerian Oil Industry, By Fidelis Nwangwu

...WAV is not simply satisfied being the pioneer and the best in the provision of logistics services to the oil and gas sector in the country, but also wants to have a stake in the development of the future of the sector in the country and Africa as a whole.…
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Opinion

Buhari: Stop Citizens’ Bashing, Get Real and Inspire, By Ken Tadaferua

A president who can see beyond the narrow prism of aristocratic and elite luxury, who knows his people, will be awed by their capacity in a nation like ours. He would deploy that power of the people to grow productivity, pride, self worth, hope and prosperity. President Muhammadu Buhari was…
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Columns

Exorcising the Spirit of Indolence from Nigeria’s Youth, By Uddin Ifeanyi

...President Buhari’s most recent comment on the Nigerian economy is not all the stuff and nonsense that the large parts of the youth commentariat have made it out to be. If anything at all, were the president drops the ball is in his failure to see how his government’s policies…
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Opinion

A Life of Consistency and Commitment: Baba Ayo Adebanjo at 90, By Femi Fani-Kayode

I am persuaded that posterity will he kind to Baba Ayo Adebanjo and history will never forget his timeless contributions to the development of our nation. He will always be a reference point for all that is wholesome and good. If there was ever a man worthy of celebration in…
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Opinion

Nigeria’s Watershed Moment: Failing Healthcare and Maternal Mortality, By D’tee Adeleke

The coroner’s report revealed Oluremi had an extensive cervical and uterine tear which led to significant blood loss. This occurred as a result of negligent care by the staff at Arewa Specialist Hospital, Abuja. Yet, three years after the deaths of Oluremi and Olujimi, there has been no accountability from…
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